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Old 12-08-2019, 12:15 PM   #1
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Jeep Gladiator toad wiring

Thank you guys for all the help and comments. I decided to go with lod bumper finally after mulling the situation for a while. I have the Air Force one break system already. What do I need as far as wiring for both power and brake lights. I was thinking about the mopar kit for the brake lights but didnít know if itíll carry a charge line to the Air Force one unit.
I also donít know if the power goes direct to the Air Force one unit via the charge line OR does the Air Force one plug wire to my battery and then I set up the charge line to charge the battery. Iíve installed this stuff before but each car is unique and thereís better/worse ways to get it done. Can you guys outline in baby steps what I need concerning electrica/ brake set up for the gladiator
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https://www.cooltechllc.com/2018-jee...rness-kit.html
This is what I used on my Gladiator for taillights. I don't use the airforce 1 so I can't help on that part.
This wire kit splices inside so it stays dry. Fast easy install with no problems.
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Yeah. I saw that the deluxe kit has everything. Seems pretty easy. All I need is to make sure one of the cigarette outlets work when the car is off. Or Iíll need to wire an extra one direct to battery.
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FYI. This doesn't apply to your lights question but, to the LoD bumper. I installed the LoD signature full width bumper on my Gladiator several months ago. One thing I noticed was the width of the attachment points for the Blue Ox hitch. I questioned Blue Ox about the width and it was within the limit. This width reduces your turning radius due to the arms hitting on the hitch. I've had to unhook several times to get into a spot. I actually noticed this because the ears were bent on the Blue Ox attachments. I'm having my bumper attachment points moved closer together. From ~34" to about ~24 - 26" apart. I use the Blue Ox 6500# tow bar.
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